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Assistant Secretary General for External Relations Professor Nazek Muntadi of the Ministry of Social Security and Social Development (Public Administration of the Family), under the slogan "Together to form a secure family for a promising future" presented by Dr. In the ministry, the discussion was discussed by Dr. Ameer Merghani. The paper dealt with several axes: 1. Definition of marriage 2. Age suitable for marriage 3. Participation in marriage in the formation of society 4. Economic and social obstacles 5. Youth reluctance to marry 6. Influence on mental health 7. Status of treatments Suitable for overcoming obstacles 8. Simplify marriage undressing Family: is the primary intention of building a society so it has great importance in caring for the pain of the father and the nation in recent years has received a serious change in the family, the reasons for cultural alienation. And the intellectual invasion due to friction with the outside world Bad travel Travel media outlets Sizes of the composition of the family and responsibility for the percentage of spinsterhood in women 34% of the age group (20-50) 16% for students divorced and widows and the result that the delay of the age of marriage is the last child, especially that Sudan is surrounded by countries with intensity High population such as Southern Sudan. Ethiopia. Egypt Threatens Identity and Threatens Foreign Presence Women's Concerns about Marriage 1. Incompetence 2. Non-Responsibility Causes of Delinquency 1. Social Change 2. Openness of Communities 3. Changing Style in Marriage Ceremony 4. Economic Situation of the State 5. Migration from the Rural to the Cities 6. Emigration and emigration, which lost many years of youth age 7. Women's work and self-reliance and financial dependence on the family 8. Over-ambition in the specifications of the husband (incompetence) 9. AzofAddemen girls after the death of the partner of the age The negative effects of the late age of marriage Effects of psychological effects of economic Effects of Social Policy Effects 3. Suggested solutions: 1. Employment of graduates 2. Facilitating financing procedures 3. Developing radical solutions for the financial sector 4. Combining families and youth 5. Exploring young couples 6. Providing the state with economical housing at symbolic prices for young people

Conference of women leaders to discuss the challenges facing Somali women

Implementation of the Somali Women Development Foundation and the Office of the International Islamic Women's Union in Somalia

The conference was attended by university graduates and a number of women's and human rights opponents

Some of the Supreme Court officials also participated in the conference

Mr. Saleh Sheikh Ibrahim is currently a Supreme Court Justice and former Director


In the presence of the Secretary General of the International Islamic Women's Union, Dr. Afaf Ahmed Mohammed, Deputy Director of the Joint Chiefs of Staff of the Sudanese Ministry of Defense and heads of youth associations, international women and academics. Professor Nancy Khalaf from Lebanon presented an interactive lecture entitled: "Digital Media between Threat and Innovation"

        The lecture focused on how the image of women through social networking sites to emphasize the stereotype of society? How can it prove the opposite and break the traditional mold? Is "visual culture", and good content takes us from "random" to "professional".

     And the analysis of some of the contents of images in social networking sites was also introduced the modern human characteristics of "digital human", and how close between the authenticity (old media) and modern (new media) where there is no new without old?

       Among the challenges are new opportunities to create a "typical and positive mental image" of Muslim women in general, and of Sudanese women in particular in the following steps and discussed the audience: through means and tools, content and objectives, opportunities and challenges
1. Creating identity by breaking the stereotype (creating the audience)
2. Making positive mental image and using influence theories (mobilizing the public
3 - Exporting the case (after winning public confidence)

The International Islamic Women's Union in cooperation with the Center for the Study of Islam and the Contemporary World and the Center for Minority Studies held a lecture entitled: The duty of Muslim minorities in Western countries and their impact on Muslim issues presented by Dr. Abdulhamid Jawad, president of the Canadian Muslim Youth Union. In the presence of Dr. Sa'ad Al-Fatih Al-Badawi, Dr. Afaf Ahmed, Secretary General of the Federation and Dr. Huda Itbani, and discussed Mr. Jawad amid the fruitful participation of the presence in the issues of minorities and the Internet and its impact attended by a number of sisters, Amna Mokhtar, President of the Association of Women in the Diplomatic Corps and a number of women Ambassadors. At the end of this meeting, a memorandum of understanding was signed between the Federation and the Canadian Muslim Youth Union. In the same framework, the Secretary General met with Mr. Abdel Hamid Awad, President of the Canadian Muslim Youth Union, And briefed him on the Women's Union and the nature of work and its inception and objectives and structure and the Board of Trustees and its branches and then touched on the program to organize visits to both the International University of Africa and the University of Omdurman Islamic and the International Islamic Women's Union and Jawad promised to open a branch of the Federation in Canada Sister Farouzan Jawad invites students to university

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—The International Muslim Women Union (IMWU) is (NGO) established since 1996 a (65) women delegates gathering in Khartoum from around the world. Which They are elected Prof. Suad Al-Fatih Al-Badawi Sudan as the first Secretary-General of IMWU.

(IMWU) had a consultative status with the United Nations Economic and Social Council (ECOSOC) since 1999.

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